124 has me thinking about harmonizer usage these last few weeks. What is the man in this video doing at marker 12:40 with the female voice. I'm guessing he had a lady sing the line and recorded it as a wave file or as a sampled sound that he triggers with a pad? I'm not even sure what I'm saying here as I'm not that much into present day technology....it's like a full time job keeping up with it all.
But 124 got me thinking more and more about what you can do with a harmonizer and a sampler, and some creative ideas.
To my credit, I've been thinking for years about how to sing a duet (man and woman) by myself. My favorite duet being "only Make Believe" from Showboat (as it is starting at around 03:25).
My primitive thinking was to have a lady sing to a rhythm machine (many feet away) set at a certain speed and have the recorder set up so only her voice is recorded. Then set it up as a sample that is triggered by me while I'm playing at that same speed. This way I could sing along with her.
Hence I'm wondering what HE is doing in this video?
Mark: "But 124 got me thinking more and more about what you can do with a harmonizer and a sampler, and some creative ideas".
Just wanted to reiterate that the rough live track I posted involved no sampling of any kind. It's just me singing lead and the wife singing through the harmonizer. Everything 'stock' on the Pa1xPro in style play mode.